• Iain Burnside

    Interweaving roles as pianist and Sony Award-winning radio presenter with equal aplomb, Iain Burnside is also a master programmer with an instinct for the telling juxtaposition. His recordings straddle an exuberantly eclectic repertoire ranging from Sc …

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  • Timothy Byram-Wigfield

    Timothy Byram-Wigfield has established a reputation as a prominent exponent of the organ, both as teacher and performer. A pupil of Richard Popplewell and David Sanger, he studied at the Royal College of Music and was Organ Scholar at Christ Church, Ox …

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  • Duncan Ferguson

    Duncan Ferguson has responsibility for the musical life of St Mary’s Cathedral including the recruitment, training, and conducting of the Cathedral Choir, as well as organising and performing in the month-long series of services, recitals, and broadcas …

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  • Peter Hill

    One of the leading British pianists of his generation, Peter Hill is known for his performances and recordings of twentieth-century and contemporary music as well as of the classical repertoire. A lifelong fascination with the music of Bach led to Hill …

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  • John Kitchen

    From 1988 until his retirement from teaching in 2014, John Kitchen was a Senior Lecturer in Music at the University of Edinburgh; he is now an Honorary Fellow. He continues as University Organist – one of his main duties being to play the organ for all …

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